The next morning, Dean's sitting alone in this week's motel room, trying to get work done, but Darling Sammy's cell phone just won't stop looking at him, so he abandons the research in favor of snooping around in Darling Sammy's recent calls list, and punches redial on a number he doesn't recognize. Of course, Princess Embolism answers, and it's all Dean can do not to hurl the damn phone against the wall, what with all of his younger brother's SECRETS and LIES. Sam lopes into the room at this exact moment, but instead of confronting the arrival over the arrival's SECRETLY LYING ways, Dean chooses instead to sit back and listen as Sam details the conversation he just had over at The Taylor County Correctional Facility with "Lenny Briscoe" regarding the Naugahyde sofa's most timely demise. And after they've determined Lenny's Belle is the same Siren they're looking for, Sam's cell rings, and it's Bobby, calling with news he pulled some vague details from some ancient Greek poem that might just help them kill The Siren once they've found her. "It says you need a bronze dagger," Bobby translates via speakerphone, for Dean's benefit as well, "covered in the blood of a sailor under the spell of the song." This of course means nothing to any of them, but Bobby's certain The Siren's spell has nothing to do with pretty ditties whispered into the ears of her intended. "Most likely some kind of toxin or venom she gets in the vic's blood," he reasons. Sam wonders if she infects her chosen gentlemen during sex, which the others find a reasonable means of transmission, but the more important element to remember is the fact that -- as Bobby puts it -- "once it's done, The Siren's gotta watch her back." "If she gets a dose of her own medicine," Bobby continues. "It kills her," Sam finishes for him, because he's so smart. Dean proposes they find a way to "juice one of the O.J.s" in jail, but Bobby pisses all over that idea when he notes that those gentlemen have already emerged from The Siren's spell. Long story short, he hasn't the faintest idea where or how they're supposed to get the blood they need. Sam, however, does, so we're back to the...
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